Cyberbullying cases on the rise

By Roberta PardoWith kids spending more time online than ever, cyberbullying has increased because of the COVID-19 pandemic forcing schools to go online. In fact, many teachers are witnessing an increase in cyberbullying among their students in online classrooms, according to EdTech Magazine.Cyberbullying is described as “bullying that takes place over digital devices like cell […]

Wyandotte County Reaches Vaccination Milestone

More than 50 % of People in Wyco Have Received a COVID Vaccination Officials at the Unified Government Public Health Department made a big announcement last week – more than 50 % of people living in Wyandotte County have received at least one COVID-19 vaccination, according to data from the Kansas Department of Health and […]

Hablando con la abogada Jessica Piedra: Update on COVID-19 vaccinations

It’s time to get vaccinated! Starting October 1st, 2021, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the U.S. Department of State demands all Lawful Permanent Residence and Refugee Status applicant’s COVID-19 vaccination documentation.If you are an applicant of these statuses, you will have to complete the COVID-19 vaccine series and provide documentation of vaccination before […]

Voces Consulares: Ver con claridad

To see clearly Smiles could be guessed under the face masks of elementary school students who received eye exams and glasses in Kansas City days ago.They were some of the 400 benefitted by the One Sight clinic and the Score 1 For Health program of the Kansas City University (KCU), including 25 girls and boys […]